Could Germany Have Won Ww1?

What would have happened if Germany won ww1?

One thing that could be said if Germany won in the end.

The country would have imposed peace on the defeated allies at the treaty of Potsdam, and it would not have had the reparations and grievances that were generally inflicted by France and Versailles.

As a consequence, the rise of Hitler would have been less likely..

Did Germany almost win ww1?

Yet Germany nearly captured Paris in 1914, crushed Serbia and Romania, bled the French Army until it mutinied, drove Russia out of the war, and then came oh-so-close to victory on the Western Front in 1918.

Would the world be better if Germany won ww1?

Looking back, yes, it would most likely have been better if Germany won WWI, at least for Europe. If Germany won they would have gotten their living space and agricultural land to produce the food they needed. … The treaty of Brest-Litovsk between Russia and Germany would have stood had Germany won the war.

Would Germany have won ww1 if the US didn’t enter?

No. Germany would not have won the war. The US was supplying the allies with large amounts of equipment and resources. It is likely Britain and France could have won the war without US troops.

What if US never entered ww2?

Without the American entry into World War II, it’s possible Japan would have consolidated its position of supremacy in East Asia and that the war in Europe could have dragged on for far longer than it did.

What would happen if Germany didn’t surrender in ww1?

So, if the Germans didn’t surrender the Allies may have pushed into Germany, but without the Americans they would not be able to win the war. It would drag on until one side got sick of the fighting and gave in or both sides negotiated peace.